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AgroHub to Open it’s First Branch at Axis Tower

AgroHub hypermarket will open at Axis Tower. The parties have already signed a memorandum. As a result, European-standard agro products hypermarket will open on 2 460 square meters. Axis Tower construction works were resumed on Chavchavadze Avenue in Tbilisi in 2015, with partnership of Co-Investment Fund. The complex consists of …

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Only 4 Judges Discuss Business Disputes at Civil Court

On August 1 a special direction was established  at the Board of Civil Affairs of Tbilisi City Court for discussing commercial disputes. The board will probe into investment and commercial disputes of more than 500 000 GEL. According to the Tbilisi City Court chairman, four magistrates will discuss disputes in …

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Muria – First Georgian Brand of Dog Clothing

Muria

Muria, the first Georgian dog clothing brand, appeared on the domestic market several months ago. The company was founded by 4 friends, including 3 ones are actors and one is a movie director. Misha Charkviani told Business Course that there is much demand for dog clothing in Georgia. Previously, consumers …

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First Georgian Restaurant Opens in Washington D.C.

Wines from Georgia are starting to gain more recognition—a DC Whole Foods recently created a dedicated section for them. And restaurants like Compass Rose have helped popularize khachapuri, Georgian breads with butter and cheese. But beyond that, Georgian food is still pretty foreign to most Washingtonians. Forthcoming Shaw restaurant Supra—meaning “feast” in Georgian—is looking to …

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Georgia to Export Barrels and Furniture to Kazakhstan

Professional Winemaking Products company has been manufacturing wine barrels in Gurjaani since 2013. Six months ago the company also launched production of furniture of barrels. The company director Vasiko Kalandadze told Business Course that at this stage, Georgian products are sold in Germany and Azerbaijan. The company will launch exports …

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